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Amjad Mohamed
@andho
@xhh for Invocation, you're supposed to Yield right. For Call, the router will respond with Result.
Nigel Megitt
@nigelmegitt
Hi all, I'm new to WAMP, and thinking of referencing it from an open standard. I see that the IETF doc at https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-oberstet-hybi-tavendo-wamp-02 expired back in April. It would be very helpful for me to be able to reference an IETF spec for example. What's the current status in terms of standardising here?
Stefan Bieliauskas
@B-Stefan
Hey @nigelmegitt I'm in the same situation.
It would be really helpful if you find a way to renew the document or push the standardisation in any other way.
I only found this status: wamp-proto/wamp-proto#249
Nigel Megitt
@nigelmegitt
I don't think I will be able to renew the document myself but may be able to support if others can. Thanks for the issue link - I've added a +1 to renewing the submission.
Paolo Angioletti
@angiolep
Hi guys! I just released a new version of akka-wamp
One of the major changes of the new version is a brand new Client API for Java 8.
It provides a nice way to write a WAMP client on the Java Virtual Machine with composable and asynchronous futures
I hope Tobias and Alexander would be so good to update the WAMP protocol website to list akka-wamp as implementation for both Scala and Java languages
You can also find it listed in Scaladex
Paolo Angioletti
@angiolep
And documented on javadoc.io
And documented even more here
Paolo Angioletti
@angiolep

Hi everybody, Akka Wamp finally provides support for TLS/SSL from release 0.14.0. Have a look at the official user guide

http://angiolep.github.io/projects/akka-wamp/

and a simple example to connect to Poloniex API

https://github.com/angiolep/akka-wamp/tree/master/examples/poloniex

Cheers

Lev Lehn
@llehn
Anybody knows how to set timeouts in wampSharp so it doesn't time out when debugging?
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet

advancing the WAMP spec into a full, proper IETF RFC (draft) is something we want to work on in 2018 .. consolidating WAMP, building on that.

recently, contributions have become more active again, and in an effort to make it more easy to approach the open issues, I have assigned all open issues to one of 3 "milestones"

https://github.com/wamp-proto/wamp-proto/milestones

of these, the milestone https://github.com/wamp-proto/wamp-proto/milestone/2 carries over 50 issues alone that really are about fixing and filling gaps, not introducing new features or what
so if you want to help WAMP, that is highly welcome! and best would be working on issues in https://github.com/wamp-proto/wamp-proto/milestone/2 =)
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet
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@KSDaemon I've almost rewrote the web site into sphinx, and integrated the W3C variant of the spec you created .. and then Travis, but to our AWS S3 bucket which further distributes to AWS Cloudfront. I don't wanna deviate from this approach, which we use for all our sites. Because of that, I deactivated the Travis hook you added. No worries, I add (a slightly different) Travis again, so that we have changes merged to master automatically publish on the wamp-proto web site
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet
ok, the new website is on https://wamp-proto.org/ - and it builds and deploy automatically with every merge to master https://github.com/wamp-proto/wamp-proto/
(and the old https://github.com/wamp-proto/wamp-web repo is archived)
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet
alright, and there are now "Edit on GitHub" buttons as well ..
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so web site / doc pages can be directly edited. the website is built on Travis when the edit is merged on GitHub, then deployed to AWS S3, and from there replicated via AWS Cloudfront onto https://wamp-proto.org
there are yet some pages to migrate (wamp-proto/wamp-proto#334), but overall, I'd say this automatic CD pipeline is a step forward;)
that means, a merge to master, for the spec source files (markdown) or for the web site source files (ReST) will result in a complete automatic build and deploy of the spec and website
I think this was your original agenda? ;) IMO this is pretty slick now. We also we have "edit on GH" buttons for the web site pages already .. wondering if we could put "edit on GH" links into the spec that lead to the source *.md files ..
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet
announced it to WAMP implementors/users here https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/wampws/79Gws2-01Dc
Laurence Armstrong
@LaurenceGA
Hey all. So I made a Kotlin implementation of the WAMP protocol: post repo. Just thought I'd share it here.
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet
@LaurenceGA niiice=) thanks for sharing! added to https://wamp-proto.org/implementations.html
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet
quick note rgd the WAMP website, and linking to the spec there. please link to the latest spec at https://wamp-proto.org/_static/gen/wamp_latest.html, not https://wamp-proto.org/_static/wamp_latest.html
Laurence Armstrong
@LaurenceGA
Ah right. Makes sense; changed the links.
Irvan Ahadi
@irvana
Hello, is it possible for us in autobahn-js to add details like user_id or other attributes?
Ammar Elshabrawy
@AmmarMohamed
hello , i have a problem with crossbar when connect the node.js app with crossbar if the crossbar restart the node app lost the connection then connected again put the crossbar not see the rpc until restart the node to provide the crossbar to see my node rpc ( always when restart the crossbar you should restart the node app to work well )
Ammar Elshabrawy
@AmmarMohamed
@oberstet
meejah
@meejah
@AmmarMohamed might be better in https://gitter.im/crossbario/public but is your node app re-registering the RPC when it re-connects?
Yuval Twig
@yuvaltwig_twitter
Hey, trying to understand the comparison between MQTT and WAMP with the use-case of having IOT devices register for server side events
Seems both have similar capabilities, both run over TCP (likely using websockets), and both are open standard
Tobias Oberstein
@oberstet

@yuvaltwig_twitter

also: WAMP provides a superset (roughly) of features compared to MQTT, and some WAMP routers such as Crossbar.io have transparent MQTT bridging built in. that is, you can have a native MQTT client publishing events, and WAMP subscribers on the other end - and vice versa

@AmmarMohamed sorry, I have a hard time understanding the actual question here. when you restart a Crossbar.io node, clients connected to that node will auto-reconnect (when the clients have that ability, like eg AutobahnJS or AutobahnPython does). and when you have backend components (WAMP clients running in the data center, rather than say browser clients in the field), those will also (need to) reconnect.
ssturner
@ssturner
Hi All, I am using autobahn/twisted to connect to an existing WAMP router. I am just trying a very simple session connect, but I am receiving the following error (shown in wireshark): ‘Connect with unsupported websocket subprotocol:wamp.2.cbor….” As I have very limited documentation of this WAMP router implementation, is there anyway of understanding what is supported? I am very new to this messaging protocol, so please excuse my ignorance.
Heng Yeow
@tanhengyeow
Hi everyone! Does anyone know if there is an existing parser out there that parses WAMP messages? I'm working on Firefox DevTools to support WebSocket Inspection and I would love to help parse WAMP messages and show it in Firefox DevTools :)
cc @oberstet
Elad Zelingher
@darkl
@tanhengyeow, I wrote a few years ago something here
jszczypk
@jszczypk
Hi, I have created PHP library with minimal dependencies that implements Caller and Publisher role with blocking/synchronous calls. It is very easy include WAMP calls into classic PHP scripts that do not use async functionality needed for Tedious.
https://github.com/jszczypk/WampSyncClient